I have a Speedway brake kit that utilizes GM rotors and metric calipers and parts. I am wanting to install this on an original front axle in a willys. Doing it the way they specify will not allow me to install a steering arm on the upper right spindle bolts as I would like to do. It would hit the caliper. My question is, can the bracket and caliper be reversed side to side to allow the mounting to be towards the front of the car, not the back. Does it make any difference? This is on the right side the first pic shows how it is supposed to be next is the right bracket repositioned to the front and using the left caliper, don't like the looks of that next are the same parts but moved up a bolt hole last 2 are the left caliper bracket and the left spindle and that actually looks ok, but will it work, and if not why not?